Hi! I've been to our summer cottage for some days, everything is OK! I hope you're well too. And sometimes I think the Internet is something like a bad habbit, which should be under self-control, unless it captures all your time.:-)
It's been a while since I last got any kind of inspiration, but I have added two offerings today. One refers back to Christmas, and is making me feel chilly even as I sit at the computer. The other tries to capture the exaltation/exultation of seeing the marvellous changes in nature that are happening all around. Such beauty and colour! That said, if as today, the sun doesn't shine, there is not much to chose between here and Kerry. the dreary gloom of low clouds kills colour and joy anywhere.
I hope to be heading south into Spain at the end of 3rd week in May. By then our weather here, just north of the Pyrenees, should have stabilised. I'm hoping it will be weather for shorts then. Friends in a place just north of Alicante will be there at that time. I'll drive and make an overnight in Tarragona, about an hour south of Barcelona. That's about half way. I like Tarragona. It's a very pleasant place.
Anyway, now that the bug has bitten again, I hope I will be able to churn out some more verse - or worse.
Trust you are in good form.
BTW, to place the Choir poem, and for your eyes only, I am a musician/composer. I direct a choir here and write stuff for them. The chill of Mirepoix Cathedral is somethine with which I am very familiar. and though I may LOL about it now, in winter I dread it!